Black Label advertises face mask that smells like bacon
Black Label Bacon is hosting a contest so someone can win a COVID-19 mask that has the aroma of bacon.
It's the smell that won't let sleeping dogs lie. Bacon, Bacon Where's the making? It's on your face. Hormel Bacon folks figured what better sent in which to swaddle your nose? It's one of those foods that just truly makes everything better, even a pandemic. They came up with what Hormel calls a smell licious. Innovation. Theo Breathe Herbal Bacon mask is now reality, though you have tow win the right toe. Wear one enter for a chance to whiff. Ah, pr person who got one tweeted. This smells so good. I'm considering wearing it all day, even though I have no plans to leave the house, someone else joked accidentally nibbled a hole in my bacon scented face mask. Don't eat bacon. Inhale. It is the masks motto. It's not too overpowering. Sure, there are plenty of novelty masks out there from the dog's snout, toe lips to sharp teeth, two missing teeth to a burger. Someone even mocked up actual bacon into the shape of a mask. But none of those actually smell similar to what you would see on scratch and sniff eso. We actually found an ink, um, that we could print on the back of these masks. It smells just like our bacon. Other companies, like Banana Republic, have made masks promoting themselves, but they didn't literally raise a stink. The bacon mask reminds us of a short lived invention from the eighties, the scent alarm clock that woke you up with a scent of bacon. The pork aroma on the mask will start to dissipate after two or three washings. Until then, keep the dog away from your face. Jeannie Moos, CNN New York It's bacon.